December 5th, 2012

Liberty Tour 2013 with Jordan Page and Oathkeepers






Music has always been an instrumental force in shaping and defining culture, showing us who we are and who we wish to be.  In uncertain times such as these, when our country is caught up in multiple armed conflicts around the world, when our economy teeters on the edge of a knife, and the citizenry is clearly divided about how we wish our society to proceed, it becomes necessary for voices of conscience in the arts to reflect our better nature that we may evolve and be better to each other.  Nowhere is understanding and perspective more necessary than within the ranks of the US military, as a myriad of unconstitutional federal laws threaten to force them to disobey their oaths to uphold and defend the constitution.

The Oath Keepers Liberty Military Base Tour was conceived for this purpose: to provide perspective and constitutional understanding to America’s troops through the vehicle of music.  What this tour seeks to accomplish is to provide a clear picture to our troops of what their oath to defend the constitution really means, and to empower them to do so through peaceful means.  Jordan Page is a champion of liberty and a prominent voice of the peace movement in America.  He will be headlining this tour with his band at venues across the country in close proximity to military bases, in which troops and veterans will receive free admission in thanks for their service.  Stewart Rhodes, former Army paratrooper and founder of Oath Keepers, will speak to the troops at each event and educate them about the dangers of the NDAA, Patriot Act, and many other dangerous legislative assaults on our constitutionally guaranteed freedoms. We are currently in the fundraising and planning phase for the tour, and are seeking donations and sponsorships to help with operating costs so that we can plan successful events and offer these concerts to the troops at no cost to them.  We are also trying to raise funds to make it possible to bring more pro-liberty bands to the roster. The first base tour concert date is scheduled for January 18th, 2013 in Ft Hood, TX.

To help with this tour:

Donate $25 or more to the Ft. Hood Liberty Concert, and get a FREE DVD of the film Nullification: The Rightful Remedy featuring Stewart Rhodes and music by Jordan Page! (Offer good for first one-hundred donations of $25.00 or more.)

About the film:
What do we do when the Federal Government steps outside of it’s constitutional limits? Do we ask federal judges in black robes to enforce the limits of federal power? Do we “vote the bums out” in the hopes that new bums will surrender their power? Thomas Jefferson and James Madison didn’t think so, and neither do we. The rightful remedy to federal tyranny rests in the hands of the people and the States that created the federal government in the first place. It’s called nullification. And it’s an idea whose time has come.

Nullification: The Rightful Remedy is an explosive, information-packed documentary from The Foundation for a Free Society and the Tenth Amendment Center. It will give you the tools you need to stand up for the Constitution and liberty whether the federal government gives you “permission” to or not. This film features some of the nation’s top thinkers and activists including: Thomas E. Woods, Jr., Sheriff Richard Mack, Kevin Gutzman, Michael Boldin, Stewart Rhodes, Debra Medina, Charles Goyette, Robert Scott Bell, and many others. What do we do when the federal government refuses to follow the Constitution? Nullify NOW!



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6 Responses to “Liberty Tour 2013 with Jordan Page and Oathkeepers”

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    donald rutledge, sgt Says:


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    tom Says:

    I don’t know if i can help with this, but I am an experienced vocalist and guitarist in local bands. If you need musicians to support this effort, I am willing and able to help.

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    Paul S Canfield Says:

    When are you coming to New England?

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    Muleskinner Says:

    You might sponsor a concert in Harker Heights or Killeen, but don’t try Fort Hood … that’s government property, and I’d sure hate to see Jordan get in the way of one of those rampaging Abrams.

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    DD823 Says:

    You might want to consider taking this show on the road to other military installations and cities. I live near Charlotte, NC and would pay for a ticket/contribute to funding the show. It would bring many retired military like me. It would also be a good way to recruit new members to OK.

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    michele Says:

    DD823 – We plan to bring the Oath Keeper Liberty Concert tour on the road to the largest military installations.

    Muleskinner – The concert will be at a venue just outside Ft Hood. :)

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